Back on Travis-CI.org, this worked great (but that was 5 months ago). My free credits on the new .com (per the transition) ran out and it took a really long time to get the very welcoming credits (for owning an open source project). I’m so appreciative of being acknowledged recently and granted service again. But… 5 months without any service brought with it changes i wasn’t ready for (and the CI was broken for me at the start).
I fixed most of them thanks to this ticket here allowing the Python 3.6 and Python 2.7 runners to work smoothly. However the pypy2.7-6.0 still does not .
The error is:
tox GLOB sdist-make: /home/travis/build/caronc/apprise/setup.py .... File "/home/travis/virtualenv/pypy2.7-6.0.0/site-packages/setuptools/sandbox.py", line 45, in _execfile exec(code, globals, locals) File "/tmp/easy_install-XU9z6B/pytest-runner-5.3.0/temp/easy_install-9oP4zp/setuptools_scm-6.0.1/setup.py", line 52, in <module> File "/tmp/easy_install-XU9z6B/pytest-runner-5.3.0/temp/easy_install-9oP4zp/setuptools_scm-6.0.1/setup.py", line 29, in scm_config File "/tmp/easy_install-XU9z6B/pytest-runner-5.3.0/temp/easy_install-9oP4zp/setuptools_scm-6.0.1/src/setuptools_scm/__init__.py", line 8, in <module> File "/tmp/easy_install-XU9z6B/pytest-runner-5.3.0/temp/easy_install-9oP4zp/setuptools_scm-6.0.1/src/setuptools_scm/config.py", line 6, in <module> File "/tmp/easy_install-XU9z6B/pytest-runner-5.3.0/temp/easy_install-9oP4zp/setuptools_scm-6.0.1/src/setuptools_scm/utils.py", line 41 print(*k) ^ SyntaxError: invalid syntax
Previously I had an entry in the
.travis.cfg file that read:
pip install .
When that was in place, then the exact same
print(*k) SyntaxError would happen there instead (source).
Any help/advice would be most welcome!